The “XI Public Services Judicial Congress: Vicissitudes in Colombia” was held at the Externado November 16 and 17, 2017.
Juan Carlos Henao, Externado Rector, and Jorge Ramírez, President of the Council of State, introduced the work on this issue, key in current Law.
In a chat organized by the Externado Economics Law Department, infrastructure consultant Melba Rocío Pérez Tuta, analyzed the proposed Anti-Corruption Bill that seeks to mitigate the adverse impact of corruption in construction projects in the country.
Andrea Lloreda Flórez, a Law student and assistant researcher at the Transportation Law Department, was nominated for the 2017 Afro-Colombian Awards in the “Young” category. The public can vote for their favorite candidate.
Experts in the field presented their views on the challenges involving the possible approval of Law 174 of 2017, presented to the House of Representatives.
Students meeting all the requirements will compete for a spot to represent the Externado University at the “XXXIX Colombian Congress on Procedural Law.”
The Society, Government, and Information Technologies Observatory invites all the Externadista community and the general public to join this encounter on November 27, 2017.
The Externado Center for Studies in Risk and Insurance (CERS)), invites the entire academic community to the Conference offered by an expert on the subject, Freddy Cabarcas Gómez.
The Externadista Center for Fiscal Studies invites the academic community to a Conference on the proposal to amend Decree 390 of 2016 (Colombian Customs Regulation).
At the talk, organized by the Business Law Department, Beethoven Herrera will explain why the Colombian economy has experienced a sharp decline this year and how free trade agreements have impacted the global economy.